In a poll, we ran last month the Vital Chelsea fraternity, by a clear majority, implied that they didn’t believe that Roman Abramovich’s tenure as the owner of Chelsea Football Club was going to come to an end soon.
Although Roman no longer attends games at Stamford Bridge, courtesy of a political spat, it appears that the Russian still holds the club dearly to his heart, something confirmed by an article that has appeared in The Telegraph today.
It seems that Roman has turned down an offer for the club from the owner of the LA Dodgers, Todd Boehly.
Boehly, a US financier has, according to our source, sent an offer to Roman to buy the club.
It appears that not only did the offer fall short of Roman’s valuation of the club, but our source is also indicating that Roman reiterated his stance suggesting that the club is no longer up for sale and has been taken off the market.
With a new golden age approaching at Stamford Bridge, stability off the field is just as essential as on the pitch.
Good news all round I’d say unless you beg to differ!
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